withdrawn Lao Kip banknotes
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Convert your leftover withdrawn Lao Kip banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Laos.
The colourful banknotes of 1 to 100 Lao Kip were introduced in 1979 by the Bank of the Lao PDR. ₭500 notes were introduced in 1988. Due to chronic inflation following the Soviet collapse in 1991, there was a need for higher denomination banknotes: Banknotes were issued in denominations of 1000 to 100,000 kip.
The low denomination banknotes of less than 1000 kip remain legal tender, but they are no longer in general circulation. At Leftover Currency we exchange all withdrawn Lao Kip banknotes. In addition we also exchange the higher denomination current Lao Kip banknotes.
Do you have withdrawn Lao Kip banknotes like the ones in the pictures below? Add the amount you want to exchange to your Wallet. You'll see exactly how much money you'll get for your Lao Kip. Click on the Wallet symbol to complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies.
500 Lao Kip banknoteThe 500 Lao Kip banknote used to be the highest value banknote in Laos. However after many years of high inflation the Kip’s purchasing power lessened significantly and new, higher denomination banknotes were introduced. This ₭500 LAK bill features modern irrigation and fruit harvesting.You get: £0.015001 LAK = £0.0000300000
100 Lao Kip banknoteThe green-coloured 100 Kip banknote from Laos shows farmers harvesting on the front side. In the background are the temples of Pha That Luang and Haw Phra Kaew in the Lao capital Vientiane. On the back side of the ₭100 LAK bill is an image of a bridge over the Mekong River next to a … ContinuedYou get: £0.003001 LAK = £0.0000300000
50 Lao Kip banknoteThis brick-coloured 50 Lao Kip banknote features Nam Ngum Dam on the Nam Ngum River in Vientiane Prefecture. Nam Ngum river is a major tributary of the Mekong River in Laos. The other side of the ₭50 LAK bill shows farmers planting rice on a paddy field.You get: £0.001501 LAK = £0.0000300000
20 Lao Kip banknoteThe front side of the brown-red coloured ₭20 bill from Laos shows a tank and soldiers marching. The back side of the old 50 Lao Kip banknote features textile manufacturing and shows a plant with cotton mills.You get: £0.000601 LAK = £0.0000300000
10 Lao Kip banknoteOn the front side of the brown-coloured 10 Lao Kip banknote are workers at a lumber mil. The back side of the old ₭10 LAK bill shows scenes in a hospital including a patient undergoing surgery.You get: £0.000301 LAK = £0.0000300000
5 Lao Kip banknoteThe front side of the 5 Lao Kip banknote features families shopping. The back side of the brightly coloured green ₭5 LAK bill shows elephant logging.You get: £0.000151 LAK = £0.0000300000
1 Lao Kip banknoteLaos’ lowest value banknote used to be the ₭1 Kip bill. Today the bill is no longer in use because all of its value has been lost to inflation. The blue-coloured 1 LAK note features marching militiamen with the flag of Laos on the front side, and children at school on the back side.You get: £0.000031 LAK = £0.0000300000